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Some Good: Nutritious Newfoundland Dishes Paperback – 2 Jul 2018

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“It’s rare to find a cookbook that can successfully combine regional tradition, local food values, and culinary nutrition principles to create recipes that are accessible, delicious, and health-supportive. Some Good does just that, and does it with beauty, inspiration, and so much love. Jessica’s passion for vibrant living pours off the pages and will no doubt inspire readers to go beyond creating these recipes as staples in their home kitchens and adopt new habits into their lives.” –Meghan Telpner, author of The Undiet Cookbook and Founder of the Academy of Culinary Nutrition


“Taking authentic Newfoundland recipes and reimagining them as healthier versions of themselves, while still honouring their roots, seems like an impossible task, but Jessica Mitton manages just that with her new book Some Good. All the recipes in this book are gluten free and rely on healthy fats, so I can satisfy my desire for a good Newfoundland scoff without the guilt that sometimes comes along with it. Can’t wait to add it to my library of favourite cookbooks.” –Alain Bosse, The Kilted Chef

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Jessica Mitton is a Culinary Nutrition Expert and award-winning Certified Holistic Nutritional Consultant™ based in St. John's, Newfoundland. She has been featured in multiple publications and media channels, including the Academy of Culinary Nutrition's From Scratch cookbooks, CBC radio, and the national magazine Optimyz. When she is not busy creating in her kitchen, Jessica spends her time seeking out new adventures with her husband, Gareth.

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12 November 2018
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